By: Betty Holcomb
Clay County High School FFA students headed off to Oklahoma this past week to compete in the National Land & Range Judging Competition. Out of 500+ students, making up more than 100 teams, Clay County tied for first in the nation in land judging and third in Homesite Evaluation.
Hundreds of high school students from across the country showed up to compete, and Clay County had several students place in the Top Ten in both Land Judging and Homesite. In Homesite, Haley Murphy placed 8th and Ethan Morris placed 9th. In Land Judging, Haley Murphy placed 10th and Elijah Armes placed 6th.
This group of kids was advised by Mrs. McFarland and coached by Bob Morris and Mike Shamblin. This group of teachers worked hard with these students to provide them the knowledge and opportunities to accomplish this win for Clay County High School.
Congratulations to all winners and amazing work representing Clay County in Oklahoma!